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[Playlist View Bug?] Column 'Track no' shows Disc Number
DerJohannes
post Mar 10 2013, 13:56
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I am using v1.2.3 of foobar2000.

Oddly, in the Playlist View, in the column "Track no" (which is offered by foobar2000 by default), foobar2000 does not display the track number, but the disc number (aka %Disc Number%).

Is this a bug? Or am I doing something wrong?
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marc2003
post Mar 10 2013, 14:02
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if your files are tagged with discnumber, then that column is supposed to display it. it precedes the tracknumber with a period. looks like your tracknumber tag is missing. check your properties dialog.

it looks like this for tracks with and without discnumber defined.



if you don't like this behaviour, simply create your own custom column

CODE
[%tracknumber%]


the square brackets prevent it from displaying a ? if no tracknumber exists.

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DerJohannes
post Mar 10 2013, 15:01
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I got it.

The Disc Number is preceding the Track Number in the "Track no" column, if there is a Disc Number information in the ID3 tags. This column seems to be defined like [%discnumber%.][%tracknumber%]

I have defined a custom column as you suggested. This column is exactly what I need! Thanks! biggrin.gif

=> No Bug (Sorry for the false alarm)
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